The member of Parliament for Suame Constituency, Honorable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu who doubles as the Majority leader and the Minister for Parliament Affairs has once again urged Ghanaians to pay the E-levy.
Speaking on Okay FM this morning, the MP made it clear that Ghana has been borrowing the taxes of other countries as loans to develop the country. He added that every nation needs tax to develop and he is urging Ghanaians to support the idea of introducing the E-levy in the country.
He continued by saying that the taxes Ghanaians pay are not enough to cater for all expenditure in the country. He added that it is time to widen the tax net and E-levy is not a bad idea at all.
He also made mention of Property Tax of which he explained that most Ghanaians fail to pay this tax but other citizens in other countries see the needful to pay such tax.
He is therefore urging Ghanaians to support the E-levy so that the country does not borrow the taxes of other countries for development.
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